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Light Duty Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Projects for Rural and Multi Unit Dwelling Residents

The CA Energy Commission is soliciting stakeholder feedback on draft solicitation concepts

for light duty electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure projects, including:


• EV charging to serve multi unit dwelling residents

• EV charging that increases charging access in rural communities


CEC has set aside - $17.9 million for light duty EV charging infrastructure projects with a commitment to equity across all project areas


Funds applied to four project areas after review of workshop

comments:

• EV Charging for Multi Unit Dwelling (MUD) Residents

• Reliable Rural EV Charging Solutions

• Reliable Infrastructure for Drivers Electrifying Shared Services (RIDESS)

• Advanced Charging Technology (BESTFIT)


Deploy EV chargers that prove models that achieve one or more of the

following objectives:

• Replicability for specific MUD building types

• Successful outreach, installation, and use of chargers, particularly in

• Disadvantaged and/or low income communities

• Affordable housing units

• Reliable and consistent onsite, or nearly onsite, charging access


Goal: Increase charging access for and EV adoption by residents


Comment by Email: docket@energy.ca.gov

Subject Line: “Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project Funding”

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